At present two courts in Dominica are hearing separate cases related to Choksi, an Indian citizen. They have declared him as an illegal entrant. Should Choksi be tried by the courts of Dominica, a country of refuge, according to their own laws or should he be sent back to India, whose laws he has broken, for facing trial?
Having sued Air India and having come up against stiff resistance from the Indian government, British Oil company Cairn Energy Plc has now set its sight on assets of other Indian government-owned firms from the US to Singapore.
A BANGKOK court has acquitted five senior monks of money laundering charges in connection with a temple fund embezzlement scandal. The court also returned the money that was frozen during investigation.
A court in the United Kingdom on Thursday ruled that diamond merchant Nirav Modi could be extradited to India to face charges of fraud and money laundering in the Rs 14,000-crore in the Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam case.
As diamond merchant Nirav Modi faces extradition from the UK on February 25, the fact is that India has not had much success in this sphere. With Vijay Mallya too facing extradition, the issue is a complex one.